Bulgaria is a funny country – it seems to have an almost equal number of British expatriates happy or disaffected with life in Bulgaria ! We’re basing our opinions on the feedback we’ve directly received over the years, and also on
Choosing a country to move to can be a pretty daunting task: there is so much you need to take into consideration and research to make sure it will work for you and your family. If you haven’t yet firmly
According to the results of a recent survey, 56% of Britons with second homes abroad are considering selling up in 2011 as their overseas properties become too expensive to keep, service and enjoy. Of those surveyed by Currencies.co.uk, a large
Let’s not beat about the bush, the UK isn’t in top 5 countries for the best quality of life, and what is achievable in the UK is diminishing and about to get far worse with all the government announced cuts.
The term ‘third culture kid’ has become associated with expatriate children thanks to the coining of the phrase by sociologist Ruth Hill Useem – the term refers to children who have spent a significant period of their childhood or adolescence
Whilst there are many well-documented advantages to becoming an expatriate, particularly if you want to broaden your cultural, spiritual and actual horizons, there are some downsides to living your life as a foreigner in a foreign land. For some people,